Chelsea striker Diego Costa has reportedly signed a pre-contract with Super League club Tianjin Quanjian for a fee of £76.2 million.
According to Spanish radio network Cadena SER, the 28 year-old Brazilian striker is set to earn £25.3 million per season with the club.
Costa apparently met with agent Jorge Mendes and four senior Tianjin Quanjian officials at a London restaurant last Friday to discuss the move.
He'll be following compatriots Oscar, Alexandre Pato and Alex Teixeira, as well as Argentinian striker Carlos Tevez and a number of other famous names, to a league that has flaunted its financial might over the past couple of transfer windows.
Costa has reportedly been unhappy in London for some time, and tried to force a move through in the summer, but Chelsea failed to land a replacement.
There's speculation that Chelsea manager Conte would spent a wedge of the Costa money on Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata.